Municipal voters to cast ballot on Nov. 9

After weeks of campaigning by candidates in the province’s municipal elections, citizens will be heading to the polls on Monday to chose who they...

Sask. Party retains local seats

The universe in the two Qu’Appelle Valley constituencies unfolded pretty much according to the Saskatchewan Party’s plan on election night.To no one’s surprise, veteran...

Okanese swears in first new chief in 40 years

Richard Stonechild replaces longtime First Nation chief Mary-Ann Daywalker Pelletier “It’s all yours now Richard.”With those words Canada’s longest serving First Nation Chief, Mary-Anne Day...

Council says Halloween will go ahead in the Fort

Youngsters in Fort Qu’Appelle will be allowed to go trick or treating this Hallowe’en if they want to. But the provincial government guidelines that...

Third candidate throws hat in to be Fort mayor

Cindy McArthur bringing unorthadox approach to local politics Cindy McArthur is a political novice who brings a decidedly unorthodox approach to Fort Qu’Appelle’s mayoralty race.The...

Council looks at canceling Halloween

Decision tabled to next meeting in October Fort Qu’Appelle’s town Councillor Doug Blatter wants to ban trick or treating on Halloween this year in the...

Infrastructure projects sent for approval

Fort Qu’Appelle and Balcarres projects total $1.2 million The Government of Saskatchewan has recommended Fort Qu’Appelle and Balcarres for more than $1.2 million in infrastructure...

Treaty 4 commemorated amidst COVID-19

Wendell Starr and his brother Kelsey helped erect 34 tee pees on the Treaty Four grounds to commemorate the signing 146 years ago of...

Lagace enters race for Fort Qu’Appelle Mayor

2020 Municipal Elections The race is on.Gus Lagace, who lost the last mayoralty election to Jerry Whiting by 130 votes four years ago will again...

Tragic rollover claims life of local woman

20-year old Kaitlynn Salteaux was recent grad of Bert Fox A 20-year old woman from the Standing Buffalo First Nation was killed Sunday afternoon in...

Provincial News

Nearly 6,500 Saskatchewan small business owners contemplating pulling the plug

“Although there is still time for business owners to reverse course if conditions improve, it is alarming to see an increasing number considering permanent...